|Homer Thiel (#47256296)|
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I am a historical archaeologist in Tucson, Arizona. My family has lived in Grand Traverse County, Michigan since the 1860s. I have been researching the families of Long Lake township and preparing a detailed history of that area. I am also adding entries for several defunct cemeteries here in Tucson.|
If you find a memorial of a relative, please contact me and I will gladly transfer memorials to you. Also feel free to use the photographs on my memorials that are taken by my for however you want to use them.
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|Eileen M.||RE: Thanks!|
You are very welcome! Glad I could help!
|Sharon Fulton||RE: Ferdinand Heumann|
Thanks for the transfer offer but you have done such a nice job on the memorial that you should retain management.
Am just happy I could help fill in the blank re his first wife. And I found another one of their children, so that link should appear soon too.
|John T||RE: Sarah Elizabeth Ebare tombstone|
It looks new
Added by John T on Aug 20, 2014 11:02 PM
|Joyce Hambleton Whitten||Eastman Parmeter|
Thank you for the transfer, and now he can be linked with his wife, son and other family members. And thank you again for the marker photo!
|Margaret C Cowles||RE: Andrew Umlor, Hawkins, Ambler|
Have you read the requests for Hattie, James & Ann Hawkins? There's a little white cloud behind their names with a small blue i in it (for information).
Each one states that I realize that there is no stone, but to please take a photo of that person's resting place and to I.D. that spot on the photo under caption beneath the photo upon up loading it.
Without a grave photo Ancestry will not list the data nor give us a place to add the cemetery's photo. It also "proves" that that certain person IS in that cemetery, so to speak.
...and aren't I crafty? LOL
I want to thank you for your time and the effort you have extended to me and my shirt-tail kin. The photo of Andrew Umlor was by Jack Franke...is that you? I have ran into his work many times before.
I sent you an email about the photo, feel free to use it if you haven't already.
Sorry it took so long to respond!
Added by Reyna on Aug 03, 2014 9:42 AM
You have done a wonderful job on your creation of the memorials for Felix and Libby Ebare. They are my 3rd great-grandparents. I am descended from their daughter, Phoebe Ebare-Steinebach. She married a man of German descent, joined the Catholic Church upon her marriage and had a very large family. This is her memorial, created by a cousin of mine, and I provided the photos: 54485142.
Added by Youker83 on Jul 26, 2014 4:06 PM
|Margaret C Cowles||memorial #131404892|
Florence Tuller married twice = 1st to Edward Alfred Dalzell on 4 July 1884 in T.C. (then divorced on 25 Sept 1901 in G.T. co) & 2nd to William J Rowland on 5 Sept 1906 in T.C.. I haven't located either yet.
|Margaret C Cowles||memorial #131405107|
Coburn P Tuller had 3 wives...#1 wed on 24 Dec 1859 in Ontario, Canada, #2 wed in 1891 in Interlochen, Grand Traverse co, MI and #3 wed to Theresa Hawkins on 30 July 1925 in Grand Traverse co, MI. (you left out poor Theresa who had to bury him! LOL).
I'm still looking to for wives #2 & #3 burial places. Any help you can give me would be appreciated.
|John T||William Bradford|
Thank You for the information it is posted to his memorial.
Added by John T on Jul 07, 2014 8:59 AM
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